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Subject: Morphemes
Question: My question is: Is there such a thing as An English Dictionary of
Morphemes.

I have looked in several libraries trying to find such a dictionary so
that I can continue my research.

So far, I have not come across any such compilation.

If there is no such kind of dictionary, there might be a particular
textbook partially devoted to the subject?

Thank You
Steve

From: Steve
Date: 12-Sep-2012
Replies:
  1. Re: Morphemes    Geoffrey Richard Sampson     (13-Sep-2012)
  2. Re: Morphemes    Elizabeth J Pyatt     (13-Sep-2012)
  3. Re: Morphemes    Madalena Cruz-Ferreira     (13-Sep-2012)
  4. Re: Morphemes    Anthea Fraser Gupta     (15-Sep-2012)
  5. Re: Morphemes    James L Fidelholtz     (17-Sep-2012)

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